Why doesn’t the fatigue go away? Do I have “chronic fatigue”?
Did you know that many people suffer from fatigue with unknown cause? They have seen doctors from many places, go from hospital to hospital but never find any problem. No diabetes, blood pressure, heart disease, liver disease, and kidney disease. Even though having a lot of rest, the fatigue does not go away. Why?
Let’s understand about chronic fatigue together
Why feeling fatigue? Because...the body is weak. Why is the body weak? Because...the organs are weak. Why is the body weak? Because...the tissues are weak. Why are the tissues weak? Because...the cells are weak. The cells are weak...because energy synthesis is poor
Therefore, we must consider the source of the problem to see whether there is something that is disturbing the creation of energy inside the body that might cause chronic pain. There are many types of symptoms, depending on which cells are weak, such as:
Weak muscle cells will make the muscles feels tired, such as feeling pain and aches when walking too much, which might be in the form of chronic neck pain, chronic backache, and body aches.
-Weak brain cells will cause bad memory, insomnia, bad sleep, easy irritation, and emotional instability.
Weak heart cells will cause palpitation, dizziness, and lethargy.
-Weak liver cells will cause fatty liver disease and hepatitis.
Weak intestine cells will cause lethargy and constipation.
Cellular MetabolismBreathing at the cell level starts from food, which consists of Macronutrients and Micronutrients.
Macronutrients are the main nutrients that are necessary for the function of the body, which consist of protein, carbohydrate, and fat. They are called the initial substances that the cells will utilize. When entering the usage period, they will metabolize and change to the substances that create the energy that is called ATP. These processes need the Micronutrients, which are vitamins, minerals, water, and others to act like a key of functional cog to produce the initial substances as energy.
Factors that prevent the cells from creating energy, such as
Malnutrition If eating unhealthy food repeatedly, such as eating rice steamed with chicken soup as the main meal with lots of carbohydrates and protein and no other nutritional or extra food, malnutrition will occur and cause fatigue.
Heavy metal toxinscan be absorbed to replace useful minerals because heavy metal toxins have an electric charge like other minerals. Therefore, the keyhole that will bring the minerals into the body will absorb the heavy metal toxins, which will affect the energy production process and lead to the inability to produce energy.
Reactor in creating cell energy or Mitochondriais an area where the heavy metal toxins will accumulate and cause damage. Therefore, it cannot produce energy. In some cases, if the Mitochondria is not damaged from the heavy metal toxins but there is a lack of oxygen in the operational process, the cells will lack energy and produce waste in the cells.
If asking why is there a lack of oxygen, it is because the breathing is poor and shallow. The blood circulation is poor because there is limestone on the blood vessels. If you eat food with too much flour or protein, you will have Polycythemia and the blood cells will become lumpish. Therefore, the ability of blood cells to catch oxygen becomes poor. All these factors will cause less oxygen levels and poor metabolism at the cell level.
-Destructive factors of Mitochondria re some types of virus, like Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), which can distort DNA of Mitochondria, including fungus and some types of bacteria.
Hormones The metabolism balance is often controlled by the hormonal balance, such as thyroid hormones, adrenal gland hormones, gender hormones, and growth hormones, which will create balance in generating energy. Therefore, if If thyroid hormones are low...fatigue will occur. If adrenal gland hormones are low...fatigue will increase. If gender hormones are down...fatigue will occur. If growth hormones are low...fatigue will occur as well. Therefore, if these hormones are defective, they will not be able to generate energy. However, if there are any effects that occur with the cellular metabolism, hormones, immunity, mutation, and botulinum toxin A and other factors, it will cause the chronic fatigue.
Integrative Medicine Treatment
The maximum benefits that patients will get from the chronic fatigue treatment by integrative medicine are a holistic treatment. It is not treatment for any spot in particular. All areas must receive treatment, which are:
The technique that can help with chronic fatigue, apart from correcting at the source of problem, is the transferring of ready-made energy, such as food with self-energy (super food). For example: Cordyceps with Cordycepins, which is a molecule like the metabolism energy of ATP cell. Therefore, it is the answer of why Cordyceps has the properties to help with the fatigue.